Freddie said to me, ‘The most important thing is to have a fabulous life. As long as it’s fabulous I don’t care how long it is!’ - photographer Mick Rock on working with Freddie Mercury in the early days of their friendship. Shop our gallery of Freddie Mercury and Queen fine art photographs here.
© Mick Rock, 1974
© Mick Rock, Date Unknown
© Lynn Goldsmith, 1980
© Lynn Goldsmith, 1982
© Lynn Goldsmith, 1985
© Neal Preston, 1986
© Patrick Harbron, 1982
© Richard E. Aaron, 1978
© Neal Preston, 1981
© Neal Preston, 1978
© Neal Preston, 1980
© Bob Gruen, 1976
© Neal Preston, 1977
© Neal Preston, Date Unknown
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